The Lawmakers Are Responsible For Killing The Innocent People

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Lawmakers are responsible for all of this kid and teen smoking. The lawmakers could stop this with a nap of a finger, but they are just sitting there. Use people need to contradict them and cigarettes need to be history. They need to be in a museum of earths mistakes and should be put for an exhibit. This is why I thing it is the lawmakers fault for killing the innocent

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